The London based Ghana International Bank (GHIB) Monday opened its first four day international trade finance training program in Monrovia, Liberia. In attendance are thirty bankers from four countries in West Africa namely The Gambia, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. The workshop will focus on recent issues in international trade finance, risk assessment, money laundering and fraud as well as practical problem solving.
Liberia’s GSM giant, Lonestar Cell MTN has launched a prestige club to enhance the strong customer relationship, while expressing appreciation to MTN subscribers here for their loyalty and patronage over the years.
LoneStar Cell MTN in conclusion of its “Da Your Time Na” promotion has again sent two subscribers to Dubai and the United States of America after their participation in the recent raffle draw by the company from February 7 through April 25, 2014.
The Roberts International Airport was a scene of jubilation and celebration on March 27th as twelve lucky winners of Cellcom’s Trip to New York Campaign boarded a Royal Air Maroc flight headed to Casablanca and New York.
After two Lonestar Cell MTN subscribers, taxi driver Johnson Goyee, and Robert Johnson won a trip to the United States of America on Friday, 28 February through the company's "Da Your Time Na" raffle draw promotion, another two lucky subscribers similarly won the draw last Friday, March 28, 2014 like Robert and Goyee did.
Subscribers of Lonestar Cell MTN have lauded the company for immensely contributing to changing the lives of Liberians. They said the introduction of mobile money by the Lonestar Cell MTN family is a great economic boost for all Liberians whether a subscriber of MTN or not.
Several Lonestar Cell MTN subscribers walked away with a variety of prizes won from the company’s newest promotion “Da Your Time Na” over the weekend. The “Da Your Time Na Promotion” is a three months promo designed by the marketing department of the company for subscribers using the program to benefit from through a raffle draw.
Amid the shortage of diesel or fuel here, commercial drivers have begun to hike transport fares, particularly in Monrovia and its environs, leaving commuters stranded, as the fear of an imminent shutdown (not eminent as was published Wednesday) deepens.
As part of its corporate social responsibilities to subscribers, one of Liberia’s renowned GSM companies, Lonestar Cell MTN on Friday, 7 February awarded several prices to customers who have registered for its latest campaign, “Da Your Time.”
MoneyGram, an international money transfer company started operations in Liberia in 2002 with only four (4) agent partners: International Bank (IB), First International Bank (FIB), United Bank for Development in Africa (UBA) and Global Bank.